Published on Wednesday, 09 September 2015 18:12
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How many of you knew that audio quality is not the very first thing people check when out to buy a new pair of headphones? Well as it turns out according to official statistics people care most about design, price and brand name than they do about audio quality and although it's understandable that not many people can afford to get a expensive pair of headphones (that didn't really come as a surprise to any of us) still not everyone is aware that SONY and Philips although both very good brands are not the only leading brand names in that particular market. Other manufacturers like JBL have been around for ages (JBL in particular was established in 1946) and have won the hearts of not only music professionals and audiophiles but also casual consumers all across the globe. Today we're taking a look at one of the last and highest end Bluetooth wireless headphones released by JBL the Synchros E50 BT.
JBL, a unit of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, designs and builds audio equipment for consumers, the entertainment industry and the automotive industry. JBL takes its decades of experience making speakers and other equipment for concert halls and other public venues, and uses it to create audio equipment for consumers around the world. You can enjoy a movie, ball game or concert as part of a huge crowd or in your home - but either way, you can catch all of the sounds with superb clarity through JBL components.
The Synchros E50 BT Bluetooth wireless headphones are Bluetooth V3.0 compatible (support A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP), follow the typical around the ear closed type design and make use of two large 50mm stereo dynamic drivers which produce full spectrum sound and feature a 20Hz-20KHz frequency response with 117dB sensitivity and 32 Ohm impedance. A built-in microphone is also present in the Synchros E50 BT but aside its sensitivity of -42dB and JBLs Pure Konnexx echo cancellation technology used we don't know much more about it. The dynamic drivers also feature JBLs PureBass Performance technology for deeper and richer bass but the real surprise comes from the ShareMe technology used which basically allows you to share whatever you're listening with another E50 BT/E40 BT Bluetooth enabled set of headphones and the 730mAh lithium-ion rechargeable battery which provides up to 18 hours of audio life. So since on paper everything seems just perfect let’s see what the JBL Synchros E50 BT Bluetooth headphones are capable of.